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Coronavirus: As the Story Unfolds by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

We are finally seeing some courage and actual intelligence coming forth from this fog of official ignorance. It was recently announced that Professor Neil Ferguson, a scientist at the Imperial College, has now retracted his insane prediction that without draconian measures some 2 million Americans and 500,000 Brits would die of the CCP-virus (Chinese Communist Party-virus …

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Medical History — Plagues and Epidemics by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Note: In view of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), I find it important for readers to receive background information on public health history, plagues and epidemics, from antiquity to more recent times.The COVID-19 pandemic does not approach the virulence of previous epidemics, and I’ve no doubt that God permitting humanity will conquer with a minimum of …

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Coronavirus: A Real Danger or More Fearmongering? by Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.

Over the past several decades we have gone through a series of epidemic and pandemic scares, none of which have become the infectious demon that was first hyped. SARs, Bird Flu, H1N1, Ebola and Zeka—all were presented by panicky media elite and the bureaucratic medical institutions as the end of the world—a return of the …

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Socialized Medicine in Cuba (Part II): “Doctor Diplomacy,” Sex Tourism, and Medical Apartheid

In Part I of this essay, we discussed the secret epidemic of dengue fever, the Cuban gulag, and other aspects of Cuban medicine leading to a poor state of health in that Caribbean island, based on Dr. Dessy Mendoza Rivero’s book ¡Dengue!-La Epidemia Secreta de Fidel Castro (Dengue! The Secret Epidemic of Fidel Castro). Cuba’s …

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Socialized (Free) Medical Care in Cuba (Part I): A Poor State of Health

Those in the United States who yearn for a more “egalitarian” and “equitable” system of medical care “like the one in Cuba” are not familiar with the extraordinary saga of Cuban physician Dr. Dessy Mendoza Rivero, who has managed to get the word out for anyone willing to listen. And they should. ¡Dengue!-La Epidemia Secreta …

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